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galvanize

[′gal·və‚nīz]
(metallurgy)
To deposit zinc on the surface of iron or steel by the processes of hot dipping, sherardizing, or sometimes electroplating.

galvanize

To coat steel or iron with zinc, as, for example, by immersing it in a bath of molten zinc.
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The factors such as increasing infrastructure investment, faster GDP growth, and rise in consumption of steel are driving the growth of the global galvanized steel market.
Some 58,000 tons account for galvanized sheets for cars, while 113,000 tons - industrial galvanized sheets, Imami added.
The minimal thickness of the coating is necessary, when bolts and other fasteners are galvanized. The high-temperature hot-dip galvanizing provides the high quality of thin zinc coatings on the high-silicon steels.
Retaining such rebates will likely motivate China's steel firms to focus on exporting cold-rolled steel coils and galvanized steel coils.
The sheet to be galvanized at the new line will be supplied by I/N Tek, a joint venture partly owned by Nippon Steel, and the Indiana Harbor East steelworks of the ArcelorMittal group, it added.
Such has been the popularity of Schmitz Cargobull's bolted and galvanized curtainsided trailers that, from 2007, the company is now producing belted and galvanized refrigerated trailers at Harelaw.
Zinc-rich paints are commonly used to touch-up or repair hot-dip galvanized steel.
This article will describe those properties and compare them to galvanized steel, another commonly used combination of metals used for ammonia heat exchangers, to clearly show "The Aluminum Advantage ".
Berridge Manufacturing uses galvanized steel coils (and to a lesser extent, galvanized aluminum) to make roofing panels and shapes.
Made from heavy gauge galvanized steel it is available in the raw finish or a powder-coated variety of RAL colours.
Electro-galvanized (EG) steel had its hey day in the 1970s and 1980s before giving way to hot-dip galvanized lines that employed newer technology, which will alloW coating to be applied to steel in a more uniform manner.